Corrections -Lainey is an inmate in a minimum security prison in Pennsylvania. She's asked her husband, Joe, to bring some photos of their son when he visits on this day - a "therapy thing" that she's been avoiding until now. Lainey is surprised to find that Joe has brought along a bit more than the photos; he comes with news of his future plans, which do not involve her.
Minor Deviations - McNally's wife was one in a million. After her untimely death, McNally looks for a caregiver for their children but struggles to find the right match. Branson Synthetics promises to deliver, but the price may be more than he anticipated.
Time Went By - Two first dates are taking place at the same diner at different points in time. The first is with Martha and Young Harold, the second is with the older Harold and Lori. Only the waitress crosses times lines. Young Harold's date, though awkward at times, is the spark of a long-term relationship. While older Harold's date is just plain awkward. Older Harold looks back on the life Younger Harold had, and is about to have, with Martha.
What I Got Nobody Wants - After a Pride parade, a young teen and an elderly woman share their recent life experiences and a ride home on the subway.
Monday Night Chess - At his first live broadcast, an ambitious radio announcer's color commentary is a bit too colorful...for a chess match.
Four Stars - In a world where contrived ratings increasingly dictate our lives, three sisters, along with their restaurant server, realize the ridiculousness of this "aggressive pleaser" game. Together, the four women choose to listen and care for themselves.
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